LONG Lane Church was the stunning location picked by Thurvaston bride Amy Dutton, followed by a marquee reception at Brookley Meadows Farm.
The 28-year-old is the daughter of Andrew and Edith Dutton, both of Thurvaston, and works as a veterinary nurse.
The bridegroom, James Brown, 29, is a plumber and heating engineer. His parents are Claire and Harvey Brown.
The bride was given away by her father and was accompanied by bridesmaids Fiona Kent, Di Brown, Katie Dutton and Louise Brown, and flower girl Evie Crouch. The groom chose Jack Noble and Chris Hackett as his best men.
Amy arrived dressed in Mori Lee from Beau Belles, alongside the bridesmaids wearing dusty pink, to complement her wedding theme of natural colours.
The church was decorated with flowers by Linda Richmond, Edith Dutton and John Preston Flowers, and there were village fete games outside for guests to enjoy.
Vicki Hancock and Amelia Clowes gave the readings in church with Chris Hackett and Rachel Hackett witnessing the register.
Amy and James invited 130 of their friends and family to join them for the wedding breakfast after the ceremony on Saturday, August 2, with 300 guests at the evening party.
The couple had their first dance to Tom Odell's Grow Old With Me, and have jetted off to Mexico for their honeymoon.
Photography was by Michael Hope-Smith from Three Six Seven Nine Photo and Film.